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GRIN tries to make every effort to keep this current and up to date. Please keep in mind that by the time you submit an application and are going through the approval process, some of dogs pictured below may already be in the process of meeting and being adopted by other approved applicants.
Golden retriever rescue resource
The average ages of our rescued Goldens are years of age, however GRIN does occasionally receive younger dogs that are in need of a home. If you are interested in adopting a young dog, please do not wait until you see one on our website to apply for adoption. Our approval process takes approximately weeks to complete and by the time you have been approved for adoption, the younger dog will have already been placed into a loving home. Please start the application process now so that you can be on a waiting list for when GRIN does have younger dogs available.
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About GRIN. Annie - April - Axle - Bear - Birch - Charlie - Cypress - Dakota - Franklin - Grace - Kira - Leo - Start Prev 1 2 3 Next End. Unfortunately, we are limited to where we have volunteers to support our activities.
I'm an approved applicant. Can I pick my own dog?
Is GRIN looking for foster homes? Yes, we are always looking for foster homes. Foster homes provide our Goldens the great start they need on their way to new lives.
These homes provide the love, care, training and confidence that will help a dog adjust to a new environment. Without foster homes we are limited in the of Goldens we can take into our program. I have ly adopted from GRIN, do I need to fill out an application or can you use my old application?
Golden retriever rescue ohio, michigan & indiana
If your application is over 18 months old we would ask that you complete a new application to ensure we have the most current information on file about you and your household. Does GRIN require a fence? GRIN does require a fence for all dogs under 6 years of age. This rule was implemented after a of incidents that put the safety of our dogs at risk. Some dogs come to us as strays or frightened and can be a flight risk.
Why are the adoption fees so much higher than shelters? We are all volunteers and have jobs, families and outside commitments.
If you feel your application has gone too long without contact, please visit our contact information section to make outreach to the applications team. For a list of all Questions and Answers. For a complete list of common questions and answers click on any of the above questions.